Gordon and French - Anne-Marie Duff Profile
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Anne-Marie Duff

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RP, London, Irish (Northern and Southern), American, Manchester

Summary
Anne-Marie's versatility and vocal dexterity are well illustrated by the awards she has won for roles as diverse as big-hearted Fiona Gallagher in Channel 4's 'Shameless' and Queen Elizabeth I in the BBC mini-series, 'The Virgin Queen'. Her film career includes her award-winning portrayal of John Lennon's mother in Sam Taylor-Wood's 'Nowhere Boy'. Plus she has worked extensively in theatre, notably at the Royal National Theatre, in roles such as Cordelia in Richard Eyre's 'King Lear' and as the eponymous heroine in 'Saint Joan'.

Biography
Parade's End (Edith) BBC
Margot (Margot) Otto Bathurst
Shameless (Fiona) Company Pictures
Elizabeth The Virgin Queen (Elizabeth) BBC
Nowhere Boy (Julia) Ecosse Film
The Magdalene Sisters (Margaret) PFP Films
Cause Celebre (Alma) Old Vic
Saint Joan (Saint Joan) National Theatre